employee experience roundup

This Week in Employee Engagement: July 30, 2018

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From Maritz Employee Experience: 

The Little Things You Say and Do — Given the chance to ask only one thing of your employees, what would it be? This might rank near the top: Always do what you say you’re going to do. That’s a whole, whole bunch of little things, but man, that’s big.

What We’re Reading This Week:   

#WorkTrends: The Future of Work: On-Demand Talent — The future of work is going to look radically different as it will be fueled by on-demand talent. And perhaps no one will be more affected by this disruption than HR. This article and podcast discuss what those changes will look like, whether HR is prepared for this shift and the future of work in the gig economy.  

Three Ways Internal Communications Can Support Agile Operation at Scale — It’s no secret that large organizations with traditional hierarchies are increasingly being buffeted by disruptive competition and dynamic markets. There’s a strong argument to suggest traditional structures are no longer fit for purpose. 

7 Reasons Why Company Culture Must Be Nurtured, Not Imposed — Company culture is becoming increasingly important for businesses wanting to gain a competitive advantage. And it’s proving vital in attracting and retaining the best talent. What is it? In a nutshell, company culture is the way a business lives and breathes. It’s all about values and behaviors. It’s not things and it’s not a strategy document imposed from the top down. 

5 Simple Strategies to Cultivate and Promote Curiosity — There are many benefits of curiosity for companies at the individual, team and company-wide levels. Learn how a cultivated mindset is effective in promoting a curiosity-driven culture. This article includes some simple, straightforward steps you can take to encourage, support and promote curiosity at all levels of the organization.


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